Anthony Davis is making it abundantly clear he wants no part of playing for the Celtics.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Pelicans big man has told New Orleans he’d be willing to long-term with the Lakers and Knicks, as well as a handful of other teams. The Celtics are not on his list.
Beyond the Lakers and Knicks, the Pelicans have been made aware of “a handful” of teams that Anthony Davis would be willing to sign long-term with upon a trade, league sources tell ESPN. Boston isn’t included on that list.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 4, 2019
Davis’s feelings could have a ripple effect in Boston, where guard Kyrie Irving can become a free agent and potentially join Davis in either Los Angeles or New York. Whether this dissuades Danny Ainge from blowing up his roster in the pursuit of Davis for possibly only one year remains to be seen, but Ainge is nothing if not determined, which means this story isn’t over by a longshot.
Full article @ Anthony Davis rumors: Pelicans star reportedly has a list of teams he’d be willing to sign with long-term, and the Boston Celtics aren’t on it
Source: GreenStreet Blog